Tony Bennett With Ralph Sharon Orch‎– At Carnegie Hall Recorded Live June 9, 1962 - Analogue Productions - Audiophile 200 Grm 2LP

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Tony Bennett With Ralph Sharon And His Orchestra ‎– At Carnegie Hall Recorded Live June 9, 1962

Analogue Productions ‎– APP 823, Columbia ‎– C2S 823, Sony Music ‎– 88843056191
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180g, Gatefold

Mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound from the original analog 3-track tapes
180-gram double LP plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings
Deluxe "old style" tip-on heavyweight gatefold jackets by Stoughton Printing featuring original studio photography expanded and enhanced
Jazz, Pop
Vocal, Ballad, Swing


Part I
A1 Lullaby Of Broadway 2:05
A2 Just In Time 4:00
A3 All The Things You Are 3:00
A4 Stranger In Paradise 2:57
A5 Love Is Here To Stay 2:09
A6 Climb Ev'ry Mountain 2:08
A7 Ol' Man River 2:48


B1 It Amazes Me 2:51
B2 Firefly 1:03
B3 In San Francisco 2:37
B4 How About You 1:00
B5 April In Paris 1:11
B6 Solitude 3:29
B7 I'm Just A Lucky So And So 2:15
Part II


C1 Always 1:39
C2 Anything Goes 1:27
C3 Blue Velvet 2:23
C4 Rags To Riches 1:07
C5 Because Of You 1:36
C6 What Good Does It Do 3:23
C7 Lost In The Stars 3:06
C8 One For My Baby 2:25


D1 Lazy Afternoon 2:44
D2 Sing You Sinners 1:30
D3 Love Look Away 2:20
D4 Sometimes I'm Happy 2:22
D5 My Heart Tells Me 2:22
D6 De Glory Road 8:00



Companies, etc.
Recorded At – Carnegie Hall
Remastered At – Sterling Sound
Pressed By – Quality Record Pressings
Manufactured For – Analogue Productions
Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c) – Columbia Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Columbia Records
Photography By – Henry Parker
Producer – Ernie Altschuler
Remastered By – Ryan Smith (2)
Identical release to At Carnegie Hall Recorded Live June 9, 1962 but with 180g pressings.


( the Absolute Sound) " Wow. That’s about all I could muster when I first heard this stunning LP reissue. And yes, I plead a baffling ignorance to its existence, which makes me (and anyone else hearing them for the first time) especially lucky to finally discover these sides. Recorded on June 9, 1962, it showcases Tony Bennett in peak vocal form, elegantly accompanied by the Ralph Sharon Orchestra. As Sharon’s liner notes explain, the evening represented a bold shift in Bennett’s career, shifting from TV and nightclub slots to Carnegie Hall. The 28 songs unfold as naturally as breathing, and listing the more famous ones, such as “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” “April in Paris,” “Blue Velvet,” and “One for My Baby,” in no way diminishes the brilliant program presented that night. The sound here, as mastered from the original 3-track masters by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound, is as fabulous as the music. The balance between Bennett and the orchestra is near perfect, with a lively sense of air, space, and dynamic snap. The Columbia engineers captured Bennett’s voice and the instruments with the relaxed naturalness they created on this stellar evening, with an immediacy that rather magically brings the entire concert home"

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Condition New
Format 2LP, 180 Gram
Color Black